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Album Review: Mudlark - Zimdahl

29 January 2014 | 10:38 am | Bailey Lions

Zimdahl is not the type of record you can just try on for size.



Mudlark have created a new musical genre with five-track EP Zimdahl - a hard listening indie-jazz fusion cacophony that destroys your ability to think or reason; absorbing your thoughts until all that is left are electronic shivers and rolling rhythmic synapses. Zimdahl is not the type of record you can just try on for size; frequent and random dischords and intricate time signatures make for a seemingly haphazard listening experience, but once you're attuned to its intoxicating blend of atmospheric wails and delicate guitar leads the songs become zen-like, meditative and oddly relaxing.